Saturday, March 24, 2007

Kevorkian: A Sad Look at a Foremost Prophet of the Culture of Death




Click to see this review on Amazon.com.

This is a sad look at one of the foremost "prophets" of what the late John Paul II called "the Culture of Death."

To say that Kevorkian and his associates fail to appreciate the sanctity of human life would be a dangerous understatement. As recorded by Court TV, Kevorkian, his sister, and his attorney appear to have disdain for the sanctity of human life, as well as for basic honesty.

For the Christian, unsolicited pain can be an opportunity to share in Christ's own suffering & a uniting with Him in His redemptive sacrifice, offered in obedience to His father. This certainly does not mean that all suffering/pain must be accepted & that efforts to alleviate suffering/pain should be foregone.

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I am an enormously blessed husband and dad. In regard to my Catholic theological background, I have a certificate in social ministry & a master's degree (moral theology concentration), as well as a catechetical diploma from the Vatican's Sacred Congregation for the Clergy (Nope, I am not now - nor have I have ever been - a seminarian, deacon, or priest.). I feel particularly proud to have a mandatum. I also have a doctorate in Christian counseling psychology.

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